Former US President Trump attacked the rule of law in his first campaign speech. According to Trump, the judiciary is conducting a “witch hunt” on him.
Former US President Donald Trump has once again cursed the judiciary and political opponents in the face of the upcoming indictment. At his first major campaign event, Trump said on Saturday evening (local time) in the US state of Texas:
His friends thought he was probably the “most innocent man” in US history.
The indictment against Trump becomes more and more likely
The Republican is running for his party’s presidential nomination and wants to return to the White House after the 2024 election. Prosecutors in New York are investigating the ex-president, who was fired for paying the silence to porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal. An indictment in the case seems increasingly likely and is expected in the near future.
Investigators are concerned about whether Trump is violating campaign finance laws by making the payments. This will be the first indictment filed by prosecutors against a former US president. The 76-year-old owns various other legal construction sites and presents all the allegations for political reasons.
“Witch Hunt” signs in Punlikum
Trump claimed that every part of his life was screened like nowhere else in US history. Spectators held placards that read “witch hunt,” Trump’s usual slogan. The song “Justice for All” was played at the beginning of his speech, which lasted about an hour and a half. The song is sung by a male choir whose members were convicted of involvement in the January 6, 2021 Capitol attack.
Proceeds from the song will be used to provide legal support to those accused of violent riots. In the song, Trump recites the Oath of Allegiance to the United States while the choir sings the national anthem.
Venue Waco made a mess
Before Trump’s speech, the venue created excitement. Trump spoke at the airport in the city of Waco, which was the scene of a bloody tragedy 30 years ago and has since been used as a symbol of alleged state violations, especially by right-wing groups.
At that time, police officers surrounded and raided a cult’s property for weeks, eventually setting it ablaze. More than 80 cult members were killed and four police officers were killed. According to media reports, Trump’s team denied that the venue had any involvement with the Waco massacre.
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